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Yaser Farid
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Jesus was a Palestinian Jew.
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I have to disagree with you and say NASA is right, problem is people who take everything literal, Ken Ham on one side and you are taking everything literal on other side.

No holy book is literal, everything is parables.

Matthew 13:13 This is why I speak to them in parables: "Though seeing, they do not see; though hearing, they do not hear or understand.
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Almost everything was 'Not' made in India, this is shameful being Indian and using Russian arms when we are suppose to have 8 times more population than them, seriously shameful.
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Windows 10 is released and here is my catch on it.

Pros: 
1. It's free for people who had Windows 7 and 8.

Cons:
1. Mail app is bad beyond explanation.
2. Calendar app is half hearten swing at something that other companies do much better.
3. Cortana is not spotlight not even in slightest way.
4. Only real change I see is Windows interface, which is as good as writing a new shell for Linux.
5. Health and Fitness app crashes for me, doesn't even start.

Frankly I can't blame the programmers for making such horrible applications for Windows, reason is my main mail app on iPhone is outlook, it's so good I stopped using my mail app from Apple even though it allows me to search mails in spotlight. So it can't be programmers who don't want to make a good Mail app for Windows 10, it has to be either their boss or Windows environment.

Though I find Linux environment lacking when I program because of limitations with open source development system and limitations on Gtk, but I never had problem developing under Windows, surely XCode provides better programming environment compared to VS but still I wouldn't say it's day and night.

Either employees in Microsoft aren't happy because really the apps are beyond bad or Microsoft wants me to buy their Office 365 package, which isn't going to happen because Apple provides me everything for FREE and so does Google.

More and more app developers are moving toward Apple and Linux, only thing that keeps Windows alive is their huge market presence, today developing in one environment could mean easily porting your code to another with minimal changes, it's something Microsoft should fear because if games start moving to Apple and Linux it's a real problem for Microsoft.

All they need is Direct X on other environment and many games already support OpenGL.

If two Applications move to Linux or Mac, I would never look at Windows again, 

Proteus and CCS C.
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Normally I agree with you but on this one I do not, Good without God means you shouldn't be in prison, as soon as someone does bad he/she is not part of humanist.

Do not make it a religion, it is not.
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+Mia Honeyrose  Who is talking about violent or non-violent?

Crime = Breaking the law = Punishment

If someone lives in Saudi Arabia, taking pictures in public is prohibited, it's a crime and humanist isn't suppose to break the law.

In India eating beef or selling beef is crime punishable by 5 years of prison, it's a CRIME punishable by law and humanist shouldn't do it.

It's not about violent or non-violent.
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Fear is your biggest problem.

You need to be very brave to reject something or accept something new, this can only come to a person who is willing to learn.

What was so amazing about Mohammad or Jesus Christ, it wasn't that they were or not prophet of God but it was their world view that they had, which was different from views around them.

Few days back I had conversation with my friends, these people support Hadith dearly, their statement was why should we call it wrong if we do not have idea if it's wrong or right?

They are right about it, problem is this is what I'm saying, if you don't even know if it's wrong or right, why do you consider it right?

Don't consider it at all, to which they say, Not everything in Hadith is wrong, yeah maybe, so which part of hadith are right and which part are wrong?

How about drinking urine of camel is it right, because Hadith says it's right and Arabs do it, yes Saudis drink camel urine mixed with it's milk, no joke. They say it's medicinal, whatever but I'm sure you as none Saudi wouldn't like the idea and find it disgusting.

If one person consider Hadith to be right and another person would consider it wrong, it's a problem, it's simply your choice of what you want to consider right.

After this they said, If anything goes against Quran it's wrong, I said great that should be our test.

So let us talk about punishment of Zina for a married person, according to Quran it's 100 lashes according to Hadith it's stoning to death, to that they were quick to say, Quran is quite on that issue.

I said no the verse says 100 lashes alright, it can't be quite when it gives lists the issue clearly, to which they said, No we are saying it's quite on punishment for married women.

To which I pointed out 4:25, which says punishment for a slave women if she is married and committed something wrong is half of a married women, so if punishment for a free woman is stoning to death, how would you half it?

To which they had no answer, so I told tell, no you should have no problem saying, This hadith about stoning is wrong.

All of a sudden they started talking about another issue, I said I want to hear you say This hadith is wrong.

No answer, I tried again and again to get them to say it, if they believe or didn't believe is a different story, say it.

They couldn't, reason is fear inflicted on them by their leaders, who tell them you shouldn't call any hadith wrong, even if something goes against Quran they have fear or calling book written by men wrong, it's simply amazing.

Then I told them, when you can't call something wrong even if it go against Quran, you actually expect a non-believer to step up and reject whatever he has learned all their life and accept your concept?

Will they not fear like you?
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Problem with your idea is if we tax local manufacturer for manufacturing outside USA, what are you going to do about imports? Will you increase the import duty? Because now outside goods manufactured in let us say Japan would be much cheaper.

If you increase the import duty for goods not made in USA, whole world will increase their duty on American goods, so you can't export anymore, because no one will buy American goods if iPhone is sold in India for $850 (still it's very expensive for most Indians) but it'll be $2000 if import duties are increased on American good.

This would mean no one will buy American products and it'll be downfall of American economy, secondly business today are not fixed to a country they will have no problem moving their HQ to other country just to sell, this would mean America would lose business.

Actually I don't see a solution to this problem, what Donald Trump said will work for few years then it'll stop working because you'll have to drag living standards in America down or increase the living standard in the rest of the world.
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No one disagrees with him but you actually think American elections are by people?
You believe they aren't pre-selected? 

No one can be a president if the person isn't approved by real leaders of America, big businessmen. If they don't even change policies for them you think they will select a person who isn't approved by them?
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+Stiff Wit I'm in your favor, I don't think people should pay tax that are wasted on armed forces and gobbled up by rich people in US.
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How many passages are there about killing the infidel in Quran?
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+Yaser Farid are you an atheist?
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I'm against saying anything about anyone's belief but this decision is stupid.

Not after the attacks, they are promoting terrorism, idiots will think this is the only way to win. This is clearly promotion of terrorism, Charlie Hebdo should be fined for this.
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Education
  • Sawlatya, Makkah
    2012
  • Embassy of India school Jeddah
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Introduction
I enjoy talking about Physics (theoretical), particle physics, my own theory, I enjoy arguing against global warming.

I enjoy talking about religion and politics too.
Work
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Engineer, Philosopher, Idiologist
Employment
  • Schneider Electric
    Prescriptions Manager, 2006 - 2013
  • SAS
    Electronics Engineer, 1993 - 2006
  • Xclency Technology
    Design Engineer, 2013 - present
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Mumbai, India
Previously
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia - Tehar, Iran
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